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,?V AY, MARCH 2Sf~: 1926

THE PMT(IA.fMAN DfATLY -

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TO !.Lmorning performances at the Ply-
NO FOi ohnlBarrymore And altaier Ham 'FpdenFL mouth theater while I was playing
BE U LD I NI~D . there in 'The Jest.' His production be-
(By Associated Press) cause of non-support, arrd substitut- came so popular that he moved to an-
BE H [ "T N G T NEW YORK. March 25-Two of; ing a modern play. other theater for regular perform-'
i, - --America's foremost Shakespeareani ac- In his message fromm California anes and did a. magnificent business.I
Casino Garden Orcestr a Of Chicago tors-Johin Barfymore tiand Walter where he is working in motion pi- Barrymore has no intention of doing
" Ai11 rtilsit Muslc For Anualn Hampden-see no decline of, intere;t jtres, Barrymore revealed he had ( any of the Bard of Avon's plays on
RAfair in plays of the poet in this country made more money playing "Hamlet" the screen because the "splendor and
and believe they always will be popu- than in any oter of his nmany theati- beauty of the poetry, which in itself
tNIFORMS WVILL BE WVORN lar. cal ventures. _- is drama of the highest type," is not
t Their statements were prompted by "E. H. Sothern and Julia. Marlowe; transmutable to his medium.
I,- Formal arrangements of palms and the announcement of, Henry Ainley, played to' enormous business wheng "Hamlet" and Shylack" both have
Irn inmass effects, combined with London producer, that he was takingj they were doing Shakespeare in New! been played by H-amprden txi s easoni
it lowrswil frm hedecraion off "Much Ado About 'Nothing" be- I ork and on the road," le said. Wal- andl he now is in the title role fi
~rthe annual band formal to bie held
4nigh at te M snc tm l. A l 111I iIIll{1'illll{{liillllit at111111{1the Masonic1111IIN1111l111111temple1{t. AillllllA
" rther feature will be the use of a ; -
~hted fountain banked With flowers
ad surrounded by an array of ferns C
~tvarying sizes. The chaperon's
othe will b>e at the rear of the haill
dfr will also be (decorated withfen
~nd palms. I.-
f: The Casino Garden orchestra of __
xmcago which will furnish the music '
r the affair will play from the stage, =513
Which will be almost hidden by rows I
4fpalms. The orchestra is under the W ______S , S 1
e rection of "Doe" Cook, and is coin-
bosed of ine pieces.
~The grand march will begin. at 10
orck, and as at last year's formal,2 To be successful. That is the overwhelming desire.a
the "Victors" will be played by the
xo hestra. A special arrangement of . of every red blooded young man and woman. It makes
t e number has been completed by ,
Cpt. Wilfred Wilson. director of the = no difference what the object be, the incentive for every =
And. The "memibers of the band will.2
~ar the. maize and blue capes of the'E fotistepopc2o uceig
i~guar unifornis during the grand efotiah rseto uceig
irch which will be announced by2
to buglers in full uniform. Edward
rw edeatr Hewowudb ucsfl ntecmo en2M.hix~no hcommittee in charge, and Miss_ ing of the word, must bear in mind three things. He
Getrude, Theurer of Three Rivers, Y -
bandformllhalefo the pasth - must conserve his resources of time, money and health.,
~The bn oma a o teps
twyears been an annual event, and Wihu.hm:ei.al!lmtdi hsefrs
ii given b~y the Band association for Wihu=hmh ssdy iie nhsefrs
ie members of the band. The pa-
tns and patronesses for the affair = im ak int gv
~e Captain and Mrs. Wilfred Wilson, Use your tm carefully. M k everymiuegv
~yor Robert A. Campbell and Mrs. = =
QaImpbiell, and Dean Joseph A. Burs- its full measure of contribution toward tie goal. Wheth-
Itr and Mrs. Bursley.-
2 er it be at work or play, make every minute count.
,BRUSSELS. - M. Anseele, minister
railways, has approved a plan forC
tu industrialization of the Belgian Make every olby a dollar's woth o au
T~lway system. The plan is approved=
4so by the national syndicate of rail-2fo yo, Dntwaeyurm eaddn'
Waty workers.=fr o . Dnt'at or oeaddntspend
COSATIOL.-Hassan Had- it all
j , chief of a Kurdish tribe of devil ..
v(rh e ihedna4a ins tthe ,government in Nassiban,=yorb-
"~ the Mocsyur..ealh.. front. itbyfalue o-
t h ou rn.= observe the necessary rules of health. This will insure
SAT THE THEATER S the maximum number of years of production for you.
t' Tody-sree
I Toay-SreenI ~By doing these things you will increase your chances
Arcade--"Don't,", with- Sally 0'- jsmleke
Neill and Bert Roach. of succeeding. They are ie rules, easy to ke and
kMajestic - "The First Year.' profitable.
1. Wterth-"Comnbat," wt os
aPeters.
"Today-Stage2
SGarrick (Detroit)-"What Price I
~Glory."I~
";Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)- c ' )
t "Why Nt?".An, r o
V"s v i aNew Detroit (Detroit) - "The-
Best of Us," with Frances-
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Rostand's "Cyrano de Bergerac," a. "I do not base this opinion entirely Barrymore's record in 'Hamlet' and
modern classic. upon my own experience. The splen- Jane Cowl's in 'Romeo and- Juliet' are
"Whatever may b~e the case in Lou- 'did reception. given Mr. Sothern and proof enough of the appeal and vi-
d'on," lie commented "there is no Miss Marlowe throughout the country tality of the greatest dramas in the
doubt ther'e is greater interest :n 'over a long period of years. Mr. Man- English language.
Shakespeare's plays in the United j( tell's consistent success for a third of
States than ever before. n century, and, more latterly, John- PAY YouR sLIBsCRTPTION Now.

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A thrilling mielodramia of the great North Woods Ii
with the most marvelous forest fire ever filmed.
The 'crackle anid spit of tihe searing flames is in
every irich of House Peters' most spectacniar
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